Consumer satisfaction and post-purchase intentions: an exploratory study of museum visitors
Harrison, Paul and Shaw, Robin 2004, Consumer satisfaction and post-purchase intentions: an exploratory study of museum visitors, International journal of arts management, vol. 6, no. 2, Winter, pp. 23-32.
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This paper examines the relationship between consumer satisfaction and subsequent intentions in the museum context, as well as the moderating influence of demographic characteristics such as gender, age and education in that relationship. The relationship between satisfaction and a range of service elements, overall satisfaction with the experience and intentions was investigated. Museum marketers can profit by examining the "value chain" of museum experience outlined in the model presented, especially the greater likelihood of consumers recommending the experience to others than making a repeat visit themselves, and by investigating segment differences beyond those reported here.
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